The Libere Initiative is our relief-based efforts through church partnerships to aid Haitian churches with food security, clean water, and basic medicines for orphans under their care. Libere is Creole for “liberate.” Through these relief efforts orphans and vulnerable children are no longer abandoned or subjective to a life of indentured servitude but set free to live, learn, and love in a community shaped by the gospel of Jesus Christ.

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Each year, we rally the network of 70 indigenous leaders together for an annual Bible Conference. The conference is hosted at Kay Rafij, the guest house of THC located in the community of Montrouis. During this time, we have 12 teaching sessions, six Q&A sessions, and breakout sessions for prayer and personal application. Additionally, we provide the leaders with supplemental resources that they will take with them throughout the year to continue to the training on the annual theme of the conference.

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Every child we sponsor is cared for by local Haitian churches. This means each child is not only given the practical love and care, but they are also taught the gospel of Jesus Christ and loved by leaders who live under the Lordship of Jesus Christ. Your sponsorship of a child in Haiti will not only impact the life of an orphan but also equip and empower Haitian churches to more effectively care for orphans in their community.

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  • Freedom Church Partner Trip

    During the week of April 17-21, 2017, Freedom Church from Lincolnton, North Carolina will travel down to Saint-Marc, Haiti where they will be ministering with their partner church. Plans for this week include ministry to orphans through Vacation Bible School, medical clinic for our child sponsorship program, discipleship and leadership training for church leaders, and evangelistic services in the evening. Please be in prayer for the this team as they work alongside their Haitian brothers and sisters to make disciples, care for orphans, train leaders, and reach the mountain community in Saint-Marc!

  • Resonate Church Partner Trip

    Resonate Church (Madison, TN) is headed back down to Calas, Haiti the weekend of April 24-27, 2017 to minister alongside their partner church. Resonate, alongside their sister partner church, Immanuel Church, has dedicated themselves to empowering the church and local leaders in Calas through numerous development projects, including new land, church building, pastoral housing, latrines, and a well. We are grateful for the continued work and long-term commitment of Resonate Church in Calas! Let’s pray for them as they prepare to go!

Called to Faithfulness

During the weekend of March 3-5, our executive team lead a regional¬†Bible conference in Desarmes, Haiti. 40 church leaders from across the Artibonite area came together to learn about biblical faithfulness. Topics included faithfulness to the Bible, faithfulness to the gospel, faithfulness to the church, and faithfulness to the glory of God. Included in our time of training was corporate gathering and special Lord’s Supper service on Sunday evening. More

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The Vital Work of Economic Development

It’s no secret that Haiti is the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. However, the various forms of intervention and aid have been confusing and conflicting. Well-intentioned service workers have for years contributed material resources and funded relief only to foster greater dependency upon foreign help and make local communities more vulnerable. More

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Multiple Development Projects Nearing Completion!

Over the past 3-4 months, there have been numerous development projects through our partnering churches taking place in Haiti. Below are some picture updates we’d like to share with you. The beautiful thing about our partner churches is how their investment and involvement happens throughout the year, not only when they are on the ground through mission teams. Through giving, going, praying, and equipping, we are partnering together for gospel transformation in Haiti.¬† More

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